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and armed self-defense as a sort of practical necessity. as an important response to that time of the failure, the place in any island encountered. i think that maybe we can talk about this in a bit, and the book talks in the chapter about foundations. and they sort of if i are walking around expectations. about how escaped slaves were faring in the kind of systems that they die. >> and he became a turning point in this conversation himself. there's a a lot of other examples that uk. i don't know if you can talk about william parker? >> guest: though the resistance and lower central pennsylvania was prompted by a fellow named liam parker who is a conductor on the underground railroad and are lots of institutes in the first chapter where you get snippets and something of a newspaper reported. and then you don't hear anything more about it. but the thing that is interesting about the parker case is that william parker and they have homes right here and there is a slave master that obtained a attained the one in philadelphia under the new version of the slave law. 1850 version. bl
, it is church people and strivers and merchants embracing gun ownership, gun use, carrying guns, armed self-defense as a sort of practical necessity and as an important response to that period of state failure; that is, that place in any sort of violent encounter where the state just is not able to respond. and you find this occurring very early on. so as you said, the book actually after the introduction which focuses on the robert williams case that maybe we can talk about in a bit, the book talks in the chapter titled "foundations" about the earliest iterations of this. that is, fugitive slaves stealing guns, acquiring guns and fighting off slave catchers, sometimes very successfully in ways that just defy our sort of walking around expectations about how escaped slaves were faring and the kind of assistance that they got. but what we find be really is that this tradition dose back as far as -- goes back as far as we can trace the black american experience. >> host: yeah. so you started with frederick douglass, right? and i think for many people who have read the narrative, i think we're familia
increasing gun ownership and carrying guns and armed self-defense as a sort of practical necessity and an important response to that period of state failure. it is a place in any sort of encounter where the state is just not able to respond. and so you find is occurring very early on. so as he set the book actually, after the introduction which focuses on the case, it talks in the chapter about the earliest iterations of this, fugitive slaves acquiring guns and fighting off sleep captures, sometimes very successfully in ways that are defining our expectations of how escapes escaped slaves were treated in a kind of assistance that they got. and what we find is that this tradition goes back as far as we can trace this experience. >> okay, so i think that we are familiar with this and became the turning point coming into itself. so what i knew less about was outside of today. and well from central pennsylvania. and there are lots of things in the first chapter where you get this on pursuers and you don't hear anything more. and william parker, at one point or another that people will
self-defense force ship and a fishing boat. two people have been seriously injured. >>> japanese leaders have approved tokyo electric power company's business plan, which includes restarting nuclear reactors to boost revenue. >>> and the u.n. is calling on countries around the world to help raise billions of dollars in aid for those suffering because of the syrian civil war. two people are in critical condition, after a japan maritime self-defense force vessel collided with a sports fishing boat. the collision off the coast of western japan threw four people from the fishing boat into the ocean. officials from the japanese coast guard are launching an investigation into the incident. nhk world has more. >> reporter: the accident took place wednesday morning off atatajima island. the fishing boat capsized and its captain and three customers were thrown overboard. self-defense forces personnel rescued all four. two of them were safe. but the captain and one of the customers were taken to a hospital. the cause of the accident is still unclear. the self-defense force ship involved in
a deadly nerve gas attack in tokyo. >>> u.s. defense department officials plan to conduct health surveys on sailors involved in relief efforts after the 2011 disaster in japan. >>> on nuclear watch, workers at the damaged fukushima daiichi nuclear plant prepare for a mammoth job, stopping the buildup and leakage of radioactive water. >>> a man who once belonged to the cult that released cesarean gas on trains in tokyo nearly two decades ago has gone on trial. former fugitive is accused of crimes that include the abduction of a man who was trying to free his sister from the ohm shin difficult cult. he was on the run for nearly 17 years. he turned himself in to police two years ago. he's charged with abducting and confining a notary in 1995. prosecutors say he later gave the notary a lethal injection. hirata denied the charges on day one of the trial and said he only acted as a lookout and didn't intend the kidnap the man. his defense team says he's only guilty of helping the culprits. hirata also apologized for cautioning trouble to the victim and society. the case has attracted plenty of
is jon stewart. we've a show for you tonight that we baked from scratch. former secretary of defense robert gates is joining us. he has a new book out called "duty. ". [laughter] it's actually the title "duty." [laughter] actually a misnomer it's quite good. now tonight is a little unusual here at the program because we have two top stories of equivalent weight. number one. >> the u.s. and other world powers have agreed on a date to begin implementing an interim deal to curb iran's nuclear program. that set to start on january 20. >> jon: a nuclear deal with iran. peace in our time! [cheers and applause] think about it. [cheers and applause] on the downside it's about what it's going to do to season four of "homeland" but still that show could end up completely untethered from reality. [laughter] that is story one. our second top story. >> los angeles county sheriff's deputies in full force today at the home of pop superstar justin bieber searching for evidence involving the egging of his neighbor's home. [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] >> jon: the only thing to say there is dun-d
is back to stoke tensions on the peninsula. starting january thirtieth. north korea's national defense commission made a proposal to the korean central news agency on thursday the statement said that both koreas should begin reducing tensions started with the lunar new year holiday especially surrounded bob or islands in the wet see the commission also said it will be open to hold him for unions for families separated during the korean war. it was all the other matters of contention the antonia south korea against what military exercises with the united states are scheduled to begin late next month. thursday's appeal stances stark contrast to comments out of hong yao on wednesday. when the regime threatened to attack the soft chewy key result for the liberals began. to me that this inter korean ties will plunge into a deadlock and an unimaginable holocaust and disaster will follow should south korea and the united states go ahead with their nuclear war drills and military provocations. so lancer with this all comments on thursday. we will star in the retaliate against north korea as th
.s. secretary of defense robert gates. [applause] >> i would like to take a moment to welcome the audience joining us from across the country via lifestream. welcome to you. the national constitution center is the only institution established by congress to disseminate information about the united states constitution on a nonpartisan basis. we fulfill that mandate in three important ways. as the museum of we the people, as the headquarters for civic education and as america's town hall. donor generosity helps the constitution center reach americans across the country through digital media and the informed civic dialogue in order to reinvigorate citizens to to become better informed decision decision-makers. so thank you to our members and especially to the leadership support of our society donors joining us to help us make all this possible. please give us a round of applause. [applause] >> of you have any questions or would like more information about membership to the national constitution center, which includes invitations to exclusive exhibition openings, a special seating for even pro
and defensive gun uses ranging into the millions per year. we don't hear about them because they are branching and no shots were fired. the current value of firearms chronicled by the centers for disease control and the crime victims survey. we could read the detailed in the book. my assessment of this coming away is that on balance we are better off if the sober and mature members of the black community have a choice of owning firearms for self protection. .. this book in some ways gives voice to those people and those concerns, and hopefully will cause others in the community to at least engage the question at a more serious level than just the reflex reaction against guns that is sort of a caricature of what the actual conversation needs to be. >> host: certainly has given me rope to revisit my thinking about guns and with a more historically informed perspective. thank you for that contribution. >> guest: thank you for your interview. >> next, robert gates at the national constitution center in philadelphia. he discusses his momentum moyer. "duty: memoirs of a secretary at war." in the boo
after i became secretary of defense in december 2006, i flew to iraq and visited our troops there. -- i was struck by the fact that all of them were the very same age as the students i had left behind. except these 18 to 25-year-olds were wearing full body armor, carrying assault rifles, and living in peril, putting their lives on the line to protect all .f us, all of you >> robert gates is here. he served as secretary of defense for two presidents, george w. bush and barack obama. he spent 26 years at the cia and the national city council. this week, he made international headlines with the lease of his new book. "duty am a. memoirs of a secretary at war" it gives a behind the scenes look at the white house and the pentagon under both presidents. some say it is one of the most candid accounts of washington ever written. i am pleased to have bob gates back at this table. so please explain your next to me. [laughter] neck to me. [laughter] is that myell people wife and i were sitting at the table and that happened to mention casually that i was thinking about going back to government. th
see a defense that would take advantage of the notion that is why it may have been up to things that he wasn't aware of. the spouse may be up to a few things at the other spouse may not know about. >> an interview with the mansion's former chef focuses on issues of the why. wife.the she pouted, screamed, and would swear at you and call you names. while the indictment is scathing, it paints marine as the one pushing for print quote well --print go also being scrutinized, the timing of the indictment. with the senate majority of for -- s, democrats >> this will be a heavy-handed legal fight. mom -- bob mcdonnell has a team of attorneys. his wife has her own. so does jonnie williams and his company. arundel county police identified the woman found dead on a golf course. diana hester was found by a man walking his dog at the golf course this morning. she was not wearing shoes. some of her clothing was unfastened. police are investigating whether this is a cold weather related death. thousands of people gathered to protest the 41st anniversary of roe v wade. the supreme court decisio
who said she had an earlier run-in with the killer in the movie theater and his claim of self-defense. >>> later, whether you get it by prescription or over the counter, new recommendations about painkillers containing acetaminophen. the information could save you from potentially deadly complications. >>> we begin tonight "keeping them honest" with a unique window into the fiery moments after an airliner went down. until you lived through it or do rescue work for a living, you'll never get closer than this, thank goodness. these images were taken immediately after the asiana flight 214 crashed on approach to san francisco international airport, captured by a first responder's helmet cam and a robot-mounted camera. they show nearly everything, including one truly horrifying item, a young woman who survived the crash but did not survive the rescue. drew griffin tonight is "keeping them honest." >> look at that one. >> reporter: it was a dramatic crash caught on tape, a tumbling asiana airline boeing 777 crashing at san francisco's international airport last july. >> oh, my god. >> repo
. he discussed his memoir, "duty." in the book mr. gates, who served as secretary of defense under president george w. bush and president obama, talks about his management of the wars in afghanistan and iraq, and he shares stories about his relationship with the white house and congress. [applause] >> secretary gates, i also want to thank you for being here, especially in light of the fact that you've recently had an injury. i know you're making a robust recovery, but having to wear a neck brace is surely -- has surely complicated your being here and getting here, and we thank you for making that effort. >> until i became secretary of defense, i had never broken a bone or had a surgery. [laughter] february of 2008 i fell on the ice and broke this shoulder in three places. ten months later putting a snowplow blade on a tractor, i pulled the bicep tendon off arm. my security guards quickly came to the conclusion that al-qaeda was no risk to me at all compared to myself. [laughter] and before we start, i'd like to say it is good to be back here at the center and to apologize to the au
's claim that he acted in self-defense. >>> and late, whether you get it by prescription or over the counter, new recommendations about painkillers containing acetaminophen. the information could save you from potentially deadly complications. >>> we begin tonight with a unique window into the fiery moments after an airliner went down. unless you've lived through it or do rescue work for a living you'll never get any closer than this thank goodness. the images you're about to see were taken immediately after the asiana flight crashed on approach to the san francisco international airport catch captured by a first responder's helmet cam. they though a young woman who survived the crash but did not survive the rescue. drew griffin tonight is keeping them honest. >> reporter: it was a dramatic crash caught on tape. a tumbling asiana airline boeing 747 crashing at san francisco's international airport last juz. >> oh, my god! but it would be this video emerging only now, months after the crash, that is becoming the most disturbing of all. >> whoa whoa whoa stop stop stop. there's a b
had a run-in with the movie theater killer. and our legal team that he acted in self-defense. >>> later, whether you get it by prescription or over the counter, new recommendations about painkillers. the information could save you from deadly complications. >>> we begin tonight, keeping them honest, with a unique window into the fiery moments after an airline went down. the images you're about to see were taken immediately after the asiana flight crashed on approach to the san francisco international airport catch captured by a first responder's helmet cam. they show nearly everything, including one horrifying item, a young woman who survived the crash but did not survive the rescue. drew griffin tonight is keeping them honest. >> reporter: it was a dramatic crash caught on tape. a tumbling asiana airline boeing 777 crashing at san francisco's international airport last july. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: but it would be this video emerging only now, months after the crash, that is becoming the most disturbing of all. >> whoa whoa whoa stop stop stop. there's a body right -- th
and senator ted stevens of alaska guided the subcommittee on defense of the senate appropriations committee for decades with a steady hand and commitment to working 0en a bipartisan basis. i've been fortunate in working 0en this appropriations bill to have as my rank member senator thad cochran of mississippi. he's carried on that legacy of bipartisanship. he is my friend. we trust one another, and that has made this job so much more complete and satisfying. we've conferenced a massive defense appropriations bill on an expedited schedule and we encourage our colleagues to vote for it in final passage. virtually 60% of all of the domestic discretionary spending of the united states of america is included in this one appropriations bill. now for nearly two years the department of defense has been in a state of paralysis because of budget uncertainty caused by the budget control act; sequestration, a threat that was never supposed to become a reality; and, sadly, the 16-day totally unnecessary government shutdown. this bill is the first step in regaining stability and providing a solid foundat
's election in two thousand nine. this is all according to the headline making book by former defense secretary robert gates in a book called do the memoirs of a secretary at war with its chrome is that tend to influence afghan elections oddly he said it was unlikely to our partner and president of the act of afghanistan was heated and our heroes fund charity as well our future dealings with karzai always hugely problematic and his criticisms of odds are in this more understandable in the context of our friends the infield coach. karzai has long blamed the us fighting in italy the two thousand nine election to remove him from power. in response to the allegations one karzai's spokesman said that this confirms that your suspicion is pro karzai administration officials have also pointed to this as a reason to hold on signing a bilateral security agreement that would allow for us troops to stay in the country after the twenty fourteen deadline however washington has insisted there was no manipulation involves the book which gives dates have perspective on the us occupation of afghanistan
>> rose: welcome to the program. tonight, bob gates, former secretary of defense, talking about his new book, duty. memoirs of a secretary at war. >> i not only had the task of trying to help salvage two wars, which at the beginning of 2007 were not going well. but i ended up, you know, in war with the congress, in a war with my own building, and at times with the white house and other agencies, and so it was kind of a constant fight every single day to get, to get good things done, whether it was cutting wasteful programs in the budget, whether it was prolonging the surge in iraq, whether it was getting the right equipment to the troops, everything was a fight with somebody or another. >> rose: and you were exhausted? >> and i was just spent. >> rose: bob gates for the hour, next. funding for charlie rose was provided by the following. >> there is a saying around here, you stand behind what you say. around here, we don't make any excuses. we make commitments and when you can't live up to them, you own up and make it right. some people think the kind of accountability that thrives o
on the defense. a news conference meant to tackle the economy and instead puts his personal life on center stage. dwell gates from at least 60 countries are meeting in kuwait to raise money for syria. the kuwait has pledged th to the largest appeal of humanitarian aid ever. there are 2.5 million people in neighboring countries who need help. that number is likely to it rise to 4 million if current trends continue, and more than 9 million people inside syria have been affected. so what needs to be done? the first conference in kuwait a year ago, $1.5 billion was pledged, and about 60% that have has been received. now this year's conference is looking to raise $6.5 billion to help people both inside syria and in neighboring countries. >>> some of the syrians in lebanon are most in need of international help. >> reporter: it is a heavy burden for this 14-year-old girl. she is trapped. she is a refugee from syria, this is all the family has and there is only one way to keep it. >> i'm not obliged to marry a 44-year-old man. i'm crying because of the situation i am in, but i have to do it so that my
's administration. and it quotes the president of association of criminal defense lawyers of new jersey. the quote says the word of a single person under oath if believed can be considered by a jury as proof beyond a reasonable doubt. there are people serving long prison terms based on the sworn testimony of a single person without any corroborating evidence. and another says the lane scandal won't hurt christie. he still expects the governor to run for president and that he will be a top contender as long as no evidence directly links him to the matter. he can get over it, mr. kean said. the polls aren't saying what kean said. you have extreme statements on both sides. where in lies the truth? >> thanks for the easy question. there is a big if. if the jury believes that the hoboken mayor and the thing she has going for her is her diary which he has handed over to federal authorities -- if she is able to testify in court and the jury believes her then the governor is in trouble. the governor is going to have to answer questions either in the court or to the public about the mayor's allegations. on
from the ministry of defense by the very people the u.s. entrusted to run it. >> that's a lot of money. >> it's one of the biggest thefts in history, i think. >> most of the iraqi officials involved, including the former minister of defense, have skipped the country, but we found one of his deputies vacationing in paris. if you went back to baghdad, you'd be arrested. >> uh, no. nobody will arrest me. they will kill me. [ticking] [camera shutter snaps] >> these surveillance photos were taken by undercover police officers while they watched a team of seven south american thieves clean out an old navy store. >> shirts at $22.50, and they got the whole rack. >> when police moved in to make the arrest, they found enough merchandise to fill a room. all taken in less than an hour without anyone inside the store noticing a thing. [ticking] >> we have never seen a problem of this size and magnitude in world history. >> now hang on. in world history. >> there's more counterfeiting going on in china now than we've ever seen anywhere. >> name an american brand. any brand. any kind of product. jus
's already very low. this was the president on the defensive. defensive on the economy and defensive on his personal life. this can hardly be the fresh start that he had hoped for. so his promise to create jobs, to lower taxes and to reduce public spending. he also promised to tell the french people whether they still have a first lady. jackie roland, aljazeera, paris. >> how any lawmaker handles a scandal can determine their political futures, and they can move on, but are the voters ready? we bring her in, she's the ceo of a management firm. welcome. >> thank you so much. it's a pleasure to be here. >> what do you think? how did governor christie handle his crisis so far? >> i think so far, he has done quite well. and i think today especially he did quite well. his trick is to countermand what people are thinking of him and saying of him that he's a bully. and he said himself, he's not a bully and he needs it show that now, and today he did a very good job of doing it. >> . >> and what about the president of france? let's talk about him. how did he do? >> this is his second time with mi
former defense secretary robert gates was also in the room as the white house watched the raid that killed osama bin laden. tonight i asked him about the resurgence of al qaeda and what may finally be the truth about benghazi. his take no prisoners book is rocking washington. he's here to explain himself. also the beautiful jacqueline bissett. i don't think any of us had any real idea what she was talk about in that memorable golden globe speech. >> i think it was 47 years ago, the hollywood foreign press gave me a promising nomination -- promising newcomer. >> wonderful stuff. tonight i'll ask her, jacqueline bissett is here exclusively. >>> we'll get to my interviews of roberts gates in just a moment. a first disturbing story out of iraq today against the backdrop of today's deadly violence. the u.s. military is investigating a series of shocking photographs published by tmz. photographs that appeared to show american marines burning the dead bodies of insurgents in fallujah in 2004. i must warn you these photographs are very graphic. cnn's brian todd joins me with more. bria
in the defense budget but the defense budget is half of discretionary spending in this country. a lot of the spending in the government is on the mandatory side of the ledger and that includes security, medicare/medicaid but this is the discretionary agency budgets of there is a decrease for defense of about $30 billion compared to what they had been seeking. another big decrease of about $8 billion comes from the labor hs budget, the departments of labor and health and human services which administers obamacare and the department of education. that sees a decrease but that is a sizable oil compared to some of the smaller ones like the agriculture bill. this past quickly in the house and in the senate. when speaker john boehner took over, he promised that lawmakers would be able to review the bill and then sign off on it. said weman jim mcgovern will continue to see surprises in the days ahead because it is such a massive bill. guest: that's right. it was released monday night and the houseboat was on wednesday. that was a quick turnaround. -- the house boat was on wednesday. --vote w
. the rok think that government is making the right investments in their lower tier missile defense. i remained concerned about the growing population. and how look at seoul close it is to the demilitarized zone, the greatest threat as long range military -- long- range artillery and missiles. the other thing we should be mindful of is a -- nuclear disaster of some sort that could occur at one of their test facilities. that is probably one of the greater threats. we have to be prepared to deal with it because it will not only affect the pen angela, it will affect the chinese, the russians, and the japanese and it will affect a lot of people. that is something that i think is a bummer ability we need to pay attention to for the future. >> the other vulnerability is proliferation. if they could get hard cash from terrorist organizations, i'm sure he would do that. i will put you on the spot a little bit because you most recently left. there has been talk in south korea but not answer his government circles, about south korean nuclear capabilities. what is your sense of what that would do
defense secretary robert gates on his new memoir, "looking back at america at war" >> the decisions afghanistan have been made -- the troops know the score. they read the newspapers. they watch television. it's not like they're living in a cave over there. >> ifill: plus, in egypt, a pivotal vote on a new constitution stirs violence, and exposes deep divisions along the road of democracy. >> the outcome of this week's vote, the turnout as well as the margin, is sure to be read as a referendum on egypt's turn under the military-appointed government. >> ifill: those are just some of the stories we're covering on tonight's "pbs newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> there's a saying around here: you stand behind what you say. around here, we don't make excuses, we make commitments. and when you can't live up to them, you own up and make it right. some people think the kind of accountability that thrives on so many streets in this country has gone missing in the places where it's needed most. but i know you'll still find it, when you know where to look
thankfully. >> reporter: crews warn these drought stricken hills remain a tinder box. >> former defense secretary robert gates has a new book "duty." the former secretary sharply criticizes congress and some members of the obama administration, including the president. i sat down with gates for an interview and we began our conversation there. >> you write in the book about so much internal dissent over the foreign policy team. in reretrospect, is team of rivals a bad idea? >> no, i point out in the book, i know afghanistan has gotten all of the atepgs, but i'm pretty explicit in the book about the fact that on virtually every other foreign policy issue, particularly from the beginning of the administration to the arab spring we were in accord whether it was the outreach to missile and iran or new missile defense system for europe, how to deal with china, middle east and so on. there really was a lot of accord. there was a lot of disagreement over afghanistan and that has gotten -- >> and egypt and libya -- >> then there was a big difference over the arab spring, particularly egypt. whe
to the foregoing recommendations such as the army distributed common ground system, extended air defense system, stolen identities refund fraud, and mismanagement of information technology. the causes of wasteful spending include inadequate guidance in program management, unclear goals, and last minute project modifications. as a result systems are often subject to significant delays, failed to meet agency needs, failed to launch all, or launched without being fully tested. in other words, for observers of federal i.t. expenditures it was no surprise when healthcare.gov cannot launch as planned on october 1. on the positive side, the government is starting to save money and increase use of cloud computing, even more money could be saved of software asset management tools which would prevent the misuse of existing software licenses and the purchase of unnecessary software. in regard to governmentwide procurement, we urge congress to act on it issued a i was pleased to see a mentioned this morning and we'll continue to support these efforts because it is the first major procurement reform bill si
defense to critical transportation infrastructure, to the education of our kids. in total, it provides $1.012 trillion in discretionary funding, the same level delineated in the ryan-murray budget agreement. i'm pleased that senator mikulski and i were able to come to this fair, bipartisan agreement on funding the government. although our differences were many, and our deadlines short, we were able to come together to draft a solid piece of legislation that meets the guidelines of the ryan-murray agreement and keeps the government open. i understand that not everyone will like everything in this bill. that's the nature of compromise. but i believe this legislation reflects the best possible outcome. we made responsible choices to realign the nation's funding priorities, targeting precious tax dollars to where they are needed the most. we have continued the four-year trend of reducing federal discretionary spending. making a total of $165 billion in cuts since fiscal year 2010. in fact, this is the fourth straight year that we have cut discretionary spending. that's not happened since the
'm told that it's surging this morning after the defense department said the smart phones are going to account for 98% of devices in the one of the networks there. nicole? >> that's beautiful, 9% gain for blackberry. blackberry has been struggling, but it's known for its obviously high security, 9.3% at 9.93 a share. stuart: that's a surge. we missed you yesterday, but you were on the air on tape, okay? alibaba, the amazon of china, the ceo says the company faces challenges. remember yahoo! owns about a quarter of alibaba. yahoo!'s stock no change, dead flat at 40. the apple front, the apple stores are going to replace your cracked iphone screens. you'll have to pay $149. one of my producers said that's a little steep after having shopped around a little bit. the stock is barely budging. should be good for revenue. $150 for a cracked screen sound like a lot to me. a chinese publication says iphone's 6 reportedly with surprises will launch this summer, that's why apple is probably up a little there 542. market watcher shah galani is here. this is an example of the world believing the
the white house. >> the white house on the defensive after excerpts were released, a devastating critique about president obama. >> there's a lot in the book that could be damaging. >> did you confront the president about his lack of passionate that time? >> i talked to the president about the need to speak out about the importance of the war and why it was important for the troops to be there. >> never really had a passion pursuing the war in afghanistan. and that kind of bothered you. >> it's one thing to tell the troops you support them. it's another to work at making them believe that you believe as president that their sacrifice is worth it. >> president bush did that i did not see president obama do that. it was this absence of passion. absence of conviction of success, that disturbed me. where i have particular problem with the vice president is his encouragement of suspicion of the military. >> i think it's fair to say the book is a lot more critical about people around the president than it is of the president himself. >> joining me now to explain more is the author of the brand
concludes there were assessments by the cia and defense intelligence agency before the attack and for these reasons the attack was preventible and the state department refused to act. it was known almost immediately that the attack did not grow out of a protest in the consulate and that information was not shared and information was minimized. and fox news was told that the state department blocked access to witnesses and documents that lead to what mrs. clinton and the white house anyhow in advaps and on the day of the assault. >> catherine, thank you. >> you're welcome. >> we'll have more from catherine. and while we have our eyes on al-qaeda about trying to keep track of the terror group after one of america's top counter terrorism groups said al-qaeda dropped off of the rad rar and blamed the nsa leaks. >> and hundreds of thousands of damage and today, how did they gain access to a building and what police are saying about the suspects. plus there is this, watch. all right. that fisherman thought he was going to die. his close encounter with a shark. >> he's no brain surge
the world. i'm fareed zakaria. starting with robert gates, former secretary of defense under president bush and president obama. i read his new book and found that he actually agreed with obama on iraq, afghanistan, iran, all the issues of substance. so, i'll ask him to explain. >>> also, the u.s. economy. how much will it grow in 2014, 2%, 3%, 4%? wall street is wondering, but it doesn't really matter. what does gdp describe anyway? >>> negotiations in iran are beginning again soon. what's the best strategy going forward? neuroscience can help eliminate the issue. >>> and lots of people call bs on their politicians. somebody in france actually went a step further. >>> but first, here's my take. president obama gave a much-anticipated speech on friday, outlining reforms in the american government's surveillance activities. before i give you my reaction to the speech, i want to give you some context. the american government and many american companies are routinely the targets of cyber attacks from all over the world. for example, the national nuclear security administration, which is an arm
to the state department says in its own defense, is that the very first investigation of this, which was by an independent board that the state department is mandated by congress to appoint, called the accountability review board, or report camehe arb very close to the actual attacks just a couple months afterward, and it really blasted the state department for a lot of security reaches and failings and sort of failure to think ahead, basically, is one of the main findings, as it is in the senate report. as a result of that, the state department has really made quite a number of changes over the last year. there have been additional security measures in place to many overseas embassies and other facilities, and certainly a greater deal of attention is being paid to communication with intelligence agencies on site, which is one of the recommendations, and to making sure that the people who are potential consumers of that intelligence, ambassadors and other high-ranking state department people who might be moving around in dangerous , ines, are better informed some ways sort of an duly
for the president on to the front of progress which an easy act as if archie the eye. it is you israel's defense minister. mostly i want to try to re air con didn't eat it from watching statements he made criticizing us secretary of state john kerry what the israeli defense had termed obsessive and miss ionic attempts to bring about an israeli palestinian peace deal. the us state department called the comments offensive and inappropriate. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu scrambled to defuse the situation explaining that the two countries were working together to promote peace and that any disagreements with the us administration were not personally know the official who did go to local governments even when we have disagreements with the united states. they always contain the natural and and on all personal history of cooperating with the united states president the vice president to visit again. and with the secretary of state for the meal making f a c note is to promote peace and security and stability in the region. hong kong. the a similar goal the military has been on a diplomatic
on the defensive, and he has tried to use the release as well as the amnesty for the other political prisoners as wit ass f showing ruks is a somewhat more normal country, it is unclear yet whether that is going to turn out to be a successful gamble, just as i think his other gambles are not yet certain. >> the first thing i will strongly disagree with, because i don't think there is nothing to do with public opinion in russia, i think it is fairly cynical and transparent move to give something to the west to try to save the olympics, it is literally down to who he is going to take pictures with in the vip zone during the opening ceremonies, i think it was a snap decision made after president obama announced the make-up of the delegations to the olympics which has no highly placed government officials. >> i am going to disagree with that. i don't think it has much to do with obama, i think it is done for internal consumption, i have heard russians describe putin's tactics as akido strategy, when people come at him he never wants to go into ahead to head battle, he steps back a little bit and c
to understand that? representatives need to understand that? what constitutes self-defense? if ice is in iraq is threatening the iraqi state in iraq is a partner of ours, a state we have agreements with, but not a treaty ally, does that constitute self-defense? if we know against an al qaeda attack imminent against a nato ally, is that self-defense? what about an attack on a shopping mall where americans might be targets? those are all hard questions that there aren't easy answers to. anyone that tells you the answer is x or y, the answer is wrong. we don't understand how those decisions are being made. you either basically trust this administration and wonder how the decisions would be made under another miss ration, we basically do not trust the administration. you do not like the idea that they are making decisions about oversight. he either way, you might, with the idea that clearly apart from your views on the actual , theity, morality, wisdom elements that make up what we are doing under the -- it is time for a review. to the fun of american politics. when i started working on the piece
said ahead of the british army. the former defense secretary under former defence minister could face prosecution for war this dossier pools sis den make war crimes. there are many hundreds of cases where the people been interviewed in the provided reports about this abuse. and though it varies from what people might think oh. in a home relatively mundane examples of the fumes to read the part of poland to school. thus as the brake system it's like minded knew that that force is with committing war crimes in more ways that that the city and see perry is consciously ignore such information that displays all each was foreign secretary william h authority from the rejected the suggestion that the reason it's called here in west main staff knew what was taking place on the ground in iraq. we reject allegations of systematic abuse. the weather are also planned series of allegations of things going wrong. these things how do you know all being investigated about does not require references to the international criminal court. the position of the british government is costly than what we're
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